Happy Holidays from SYTYCW!

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Hello loyal readers!

Another year has come and gone, and what a year it’s been! We’ve so enjoyed bringing craft posts, author interviews, and writing challenges that we hope have been helpful and motivating as you continue on your writing journey. Your dedication to writing romance inspires us, so give yourself a pat on the back for all you’ve done this year–and remember that the New Year brings with it the chance to keep telling the stories you love!

 We want to thank you for reading the blog, sharing our content, and engaging with us in the comments. We’re taking a temporary break, and the blog will be closed through the rest of the holiday season. But don’t worry, we’ll be back in January, and we hope you will, too.

We sincerely wish you a peaceful, safe, and joyful holiday!


–Patience, Deirdre, Katie, Connolly & Sara


In the meantime, we invite you to brighten your holiday with these festive romances, available now from Harlequin! Check out these titles and many more at Harlequin.com.

His Pregnant Christmas Princess Claiming His Christmas Wife The Season to Sin

His Mistletoe Marchioness Blame It On... The Army Doc's Christmas Angel

Colton's Christmas Cop Holiday Amnesia Bulletproof Christmas

Her Amish Christmas Gift High Country Christmas Wyoming Christmas Surprise

6 replies on “Happy Holidays from SYTYCW!”

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year’s too. Y’all a great team and I’ve enjoyed working with you this year and participating in the Blitzes and other activities. Thank you! Enjoy your time off, ladies! 🙂

Enjoy the holiday! Thank you so much for all the wonderful writing ✍️ challenges, my favourite, and good writing advice we always get! I’m so looking forward to the New Year and all the new opportunities!

Happy holidays to all of you. Thank you for the great blog and interesting challenges this past year. I look forward to what you have in store in the coming year.

Is it a bad sign when Harlequin has kept your submission for over the 14 weeks? I realize the editors are busy, and I didn’t want to inquiry and pressure them. But is it good or bad if your work is kept for a long time? Thank you.

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